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28 December 2022 - 30 December 2022

Bormio Ski World Cup 2022


Bormio is ready to host the Ski World Cup: the countdown is on to the Downhill on 28 and the Super-G on 29 December

By now, Bormio is the legendary home of Alpine skiing. Since they were first created, the Bormio ski slopes have become a permanent fixture of the Ski World Cup. Renowned skiing champions the likes of Deborah Compagnoni and Pietro Vitalini made a name for themselves on these slopes, where some of the most beautiful and significant pages of this fantastic discipline have been written. Today, it is a regular date for the diary for any ski enthusiast.

The Bormio course has set the stage for spectacular competitive racing, with the greatest performers in the speed disciplines and beyond triumphing here. 

Even today, a good 25 years later, we all still remember Alberto Tomba's epic win of 18 March 1995. Images spring to mind of the athlete winning the World Cup after a fantastic season, making the 40,000 fans who had flocked to the Stelvio slope to see him erupt with joy. 

It was an unforgettable day for Italian skiing, with thousands of spectators on the parterre and lining the sides of the slope waiting for Tomba “la Bomba” to raise the coveted Crystal Ball trophy up to the sky. Bormio was therefore the perfect setting to consecrate the greatest alpine skier in the technical disciplines that Italy has ever seen.

Today, the undisputed king of the Stelvio slope is Dominik Paris, known as “Domme”. 

The “Rocker” claimed his first victory on the World Cup circuit on this very slope back in 2012. From then, on he became unbeatable, defeating all his rivals and dominating the Stelvio slope from the first to the last corner, with his flawless lines and incredible power, sending the crowd into a frenzy. Dominik has won seven times on the Stelvio slope, boasting six successes in the Downhill and one in the Super-G, which has also won him the title of “honorary citizen of Bormio”.

The Bormio races are part of everyone's Christmas traditions, creating the perfect festive atmosphere that welcomes everyone, young and old, to a unique event. All that remains is to start the countdown. 

Bormio will be hosting the ski touring competitions, the new Olympic discipline that will debut at the Milan-Cortina 2026 Winter Olympics. The ski touring races now join the legendary Stelvio slope in being confirmed for all the men's alpine ski races (including both speed and technical disciplines).


photo credit: Roby Trab




11.30am - First official training for the men's downhill race - Ski stadium


11.30am - Second official training for the men's downhill race - Ski stadium


11.30am - Men's Downhill Race and Awards Ceremony - Ski stadium


11.30am - Super-G Race and Awards Ceremony - Ski stadium


For event information and ticket costs, visit the official website:

Bormio Ski World Cup - Official site



For event information and ticket costs, visit the official website:

Bormio Ski World Cup - Official site


23032 Bormio, Province of Sondrio, Italy

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